Monday, November 6, 2017

Breaking Stereotypes...Vehicles That Surprise!

It’s not too often that you find yourself saying: “All This for That Price Tag?” See which vehicles did...

Ford F150 Lineup Claims 2018 TRUCK OF TEXAS Honors

Photos by Kevin McCauley

The 2018 Ford F150 was named the 2018 Truck of Texas by The Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) following its major annual event, the Texas Truck Rodeo.  This year, 75 journalists evaluated 64 vehicles in 21 categories, which they tested in both on- and off-road courses on the Longhorn River Ranch and surrounding roadways in Dripping Springs, Texas.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro-- A Great Addition to Any Big Kid’s Toy Box

By Nick Smirnis

I recently put to the test one of the most iconic off-road toys
 of the modern era--the 2018 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro

Model Homes for Cars?

Lincoln Experience Centers Push the Brand and the Experience

Gamechangers: As Autonomous Cars Pose to Change The Reasons We Drive, Invest in Driving Dynamics and Off-Road Capability for Fun Now; Nostalgia Later

Have you stopped to think about what’s going to happen to…our love of speed... the thrill driving the open highways…the status associated with owning a particular car... once autonomous vehicles take over the roadways?  Will the governing powers restrict human driving?

Car Technology And The Future of the Automotive Industry

Self-driving capability will be standard on the Tesla Model 3,
the first affordable Tesla vehicle is posed to bring
“electrified mobility for the masses.”

Everyone from traditional auto makers to Uber and Amazon is thinking hard about where cars are headed, and all are working to get there fast.  U.S. auto-safety regulators have mandated that new vehicles must communicate with each other through vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology beginning in 2020, with the goal of increasing safety.  Here’s a glimpse at some of the things to watch as the future of cars finally gets set to go into overdrive.

One Perfect Garage

Imagining the owners of our “Perfect Garage” scenario to be an active family with kids, we make suggestions for them to consider behind each of their garage’s three doors.  We also assume that they may wish to surprise their neighbors a little with choices that differ from the Jones’ and the Smiths’ on the block.